Video explaining how Andy Lee Graham the Digital Nomad Traveler keeps coffee, beer, and soft drinks etc. away from his computer keyboard.

 

True Digital Nomads cannot go Home to Buy a New Computer

 

Yes, we stop in to the USA or Europe to visit, but if your computer breaks while on a run of Africa, you are in big doo doo. This video below explains how I keep my computer safe from liquids.

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Andy Lee Graham

Liquids in computer

I made a mistake in system controls today, here in San Pedro, Guatemala and accidentally wave this bottle of mouthwash above my computer.

This reminded me about this travel tip, so I made the video below explaining my system for keeping my computer safe from liquids.

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I made the mistake of buying a computer in the US before traveling to Asia last year.A friend of mine at the time who frequented Asia told me I could get better prices here in the US.Boy was he wrong.Worst mistake I made was buying a traveling with a 17\ Lenovo computer. While I was in Foshan / Guangzhou another of my friends who I was staying with at the time bought a 4 processor computer for under $700. So some things are more expensive in China then others but computers not so much.Also found out that the smaller the computer size the better. Had a hard time viewing the screen while flying when the person in front of me reclined their seat.Also had an extra bag to protect the computer due to its size.So next time its a 13\ or 15\ with a slim form factor.

I like the fact that your giving tips on how to travel and keep your business running.One thing Ive noticed is that you seem to video tape early in the morning.I find if I start my day at 4:30 - 5:00 am I get more done before 12:00pm then if I start later. Does that play into your advice for the nomad traveler?

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Yes, I get more done if I work in the morning, plus the Internet is faster. Normally, I am sharing the connection with other people in the Hotel, so they are sleeping. Plus the telephone bandwidth decreases later in the day as people use their phones. As a nomad traveler there is a lot of temptation during the day to not work, so better to get it done early, before the temptation starts as a traveler. Thanks Andy Lee Graham

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Sounds like a video in the making. :-) Looking forward to your travels...

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